McBride Museum– Founded in 1891, NMMI has a long, rich history. The McBride museum depicts artifacts and historical information relating to the heritage of NMMI. Located on the second level of Luna Hall, the McBride Museum is free and open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., on weekdays.
Golf Course– NMMI has its own 18 hole golf course. The general public is welcome. Call (575) 624-8240 to set-up a tee time and club rentals.
On-Campus Art and Special Collections– As you tour the post, take some time to notice the variety of art work and special collections. We have sculptures, stained glass windows, paintings and literary collections. The Toles Learning Center houses works from Peter Hurd and collections from Paul Horgan.
Dining Facilities– While visiting, parents and family can enjoy a meal in Bates Dining Hall for a small charge. Dining Hall tickets must be purchased with the cashier in the Business Office located in Lusk Hall. If you would prefer a quick snack stop by the PX to savor a hot cup of Starbucks coffee or other tasty treats.
Godfrey Sports Complex– The Roswell community and visiting families can enjoy NMMI’s sports complex. The complex includes a weight room, heated swimming pool, racquetball courts and basketball courts. A small entrance fee is charged at the Godfrey Center’s front desk. The normal operating hours are:
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday
5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Monday through Friday
1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Athletic Events– From baseball to volleyball to football to swimming and much more, the men and women of NMMI compete in a variety of athletic events. If you want to catch the Colts or Broncos in action be sure to visit the Athletics Web site for a complete schedule and check out all the athletic news and results.
Alumni Center – If you are an alumnus of NMMI or even if you are not, be sure to stop by the Alumni Center located in Luna Hall. For information on upcoming Alumni events check out the Alumni Web site.
Daniel’s Leadership Center – Completed in 2006, the state-of-the-art Daniel’s Leadership Center houses programs of study in leadership that benefit the Corps of Cadets as well as the Roswell community, the state of New Mexico and the nation as a whole.
The Yates Challenge Leadership Reaction Course and Ropes Course – The Yates Challenge Course develops and evaluates leadership while building teamwork. Participants demonstrate initiative, teamwork and common sense while negotiating difficult physical obstacles. The course requires they employ skills in problem solving, teambuilding, and time, material, and personnel management.